The Norwegian Research Council has allocated 9 mill NOK to fund the gene editing project GENEinnovate.The main goal of the project is to develop innovative solutions in the animal and plant breeding industry using gene editing technology.Read more
Graminor is proud to have Kristin Børresen appointed as a member of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault International Advisory Panel. The Panel will have its first meeting in Svalbard in February 2018 in conjunction with the 10 year anniversary of the Seed Vault.Read more
A combination of private and public initiatives in plant breeding has ensured a long-term perspective, knowledge level and technological focus resulting in the continuous development of new plant varieties suited to the Nordic region’s unique climate.Read more
The 5th Norwegian Plant Biology Conference (NorPlantBio 2017) will take place at Hamar, on the 21st and 22nd of June, 2017.Read more
Graminor is one of the main partners in a new research project where the goal is to implement new technologies, such as Virtual Reality, in order to improve efficiency in developing new plant varieties.
Popular Graminor varieties have been tested at Yara’s research farm Kotkaniemi outside Helsinki. The results show that fertiliser application and cultivation strategies work differently in Finland and Norway.Read more
Hassel and Nansen are two new fresh potato varieties from Graminor developed for Nordic growing conditionsRead more
Norwegian and Nordic wheat varieties appear to have quite high water tolerance and are well suited to tolerate periods of rain compared to many foreign varieties.Read more